Benjamin Franklin’s Virtues

2022-01-14T00:45:34-06:00

Benjamin Franklin called my ancestors “Palatine boors.”  It was nothing personal, of course, since he was worried about all the German-speaking peoples settling in the British colonies along the eastern seaboard, especially Pennsylvania.  In 1683, about five miles west of Philadelphia, a special enclave, Germantown, was set up for them, but they were spreading farther afield. [...]

Benjamin Franklin’s Virtues2022-01-14T00:45:34-06:00

How Catholic is Don Quixote?

2022-01-05T03:41:28-06:00

Don Quixote is probably the bestselling work of literature of all time but is it a truly Catholic work? Joseph Pearce endeavours to answer this question in a nutshell... https://jpearce.co/don-quixote-in-a-nutshell/

How Catholic is Don Quixote?2022-01-05T03:41:28-06:00

With Belloc on the Path to Rome

2021-12-30T18:34:54-06:00

The video of the talk that Joseph Pearce gave recently in Grand Rapids on Belloc's classic work, The Path to Rome... https://jpearce.co/with-belloc-on-the-path-to-rome/

With Belloc on the Path to Rome2021-12-30T18:34:54-06:00

Resolved

2021-12-30T18:29:07-06:00

The time for resolutions, new year’s style, has come round again. I can’t remember when I stopped doing that. It was way back, even before I became a Christian. What’s the point? If there’s something you want to do, do it. If there’s something you don’t want to do, stop doing it. Why is a Resolution necessary? [...]

Resolved2021-12-30T18:29:07-06:00

The Tempest in a Nutshell

2021-12-18T19:45:51-06:00

The latest essay by Joseph Pearce in the "Nutshell" series he is writing for Crisis Magazine... https://jpearce.co/the-tempest-in-a-nutshell/

The Tempest in a Nutshell2021-12-18T19:45:51-06:00

Books for Under the Tree

2021-12-12T23:56:34-06:00

Joseph Pearce writes to Santa with a wish-list of good books for his friends this Christmas... https://jpearce.co/books-for-under-the-tree/

Books for Under the Tree2021-12-12T23:56:34-06:00
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